The Novus Ordo Mass; Service was fabricated in 1969 by a Freemason presbyter (Hannibal Bugnini), who wrote an essentially new service based upon Protestant theology and rites. In essence, this is a Protestant service, not a Catholic and Apostolic Mass. Another rite is sometimes used, the so-called "Mass of 1962," which is already half Novus Ordo, as it is the Protestantized transitional service that led up to the invalid Novus Ordo service of 1969. This is the so-called "Latin Mass" used in the New Order sect, sometimes wrongly called the "Extraordinary Mass," which is most definitely not the Traditional Latin Mass. Ordinations: This Ordinal was fabricated in 1968 by a Freemason presbyter (Hannibal Bugnini), who wrote a New Ordinal based upon Protestant theology. Instead of ordaining priests "to offer the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass," as the traditional Catholic Ordinal does (whether the ordination took place before or after Vatican II), the New Ordinal merely "installs" presbyters (ministers) "to preside over the assembly of the people" using the invalid Novus Ordo service. In essence, these presbyters are Protestant ministers; they are not priests. The New Mass does not manifest faith in the Real Presence of Our Lord -- the Traditional Mass manifests it unmistakably! Protestant ministers collaborated in making up the New Mass (Georges, Jasper, Shephard, Konneth, Smith and Thurian) look them up! Just as Luther did away with the Offertory -- since it very clearly expressed the sacrificial, propitiatory character of the Mass -- so also the New Mass did away with it, reducing it to a simple Preparation of the Gifts. Because heresy, or whatever clearly favors heresy, cannot be matter for obedience. Obedience is at the service of Faith and not Faith at the service of obedience! In this foregoing case then, "one must obey God before men" (Acts of the Apostles 5:29). Because Pope Paul VI, when promulgating the New Mass, himself declared: "The rite by itself is NOT a dogmatic definition" (11/19/69). “We must strip from our Catholic prayers and from the Catholic liturgy everything which can be the shadow of a stumbling block for our separated brethren that is for the Prostestants.” - Archbishop Annibale Bugnini, main author of the New Mass, L'Osservatore Romano, March 19, 1965 There can be no doubt at all that the entire ethos of Catholicism within the Roman Rite has been changed profoundly by the liturgical revolution which has followed the Second Vatican Council. These SIX PROTESTANTS are, from left to right: 1) Dr. George; 2) Canon Jasper; 3) Dr. Shephard; 4) Dr. Konneth; 5) Dr. Smith; and, 6) Brother Max Thurian (in white), who is standing next to Pope Paul 6 (in white). These SIX PROTESTANTS represent the following Protestant organizations: The World Council of Churches, the Church of England, the Lutheran Church, and the Protestant Community of Taize.